Katraj Snake Park lake is home to over 160 species of snakes. It is a very risky park established in 1986, by means of the efforts of Mr. Neelam Kumar Khaire, aided with the aid of the Pune Municipal Corporation, the conservation park has a big collection of snakes, reptiles, birds and turtles. Situated near Pune on Pune–Satara Highway at Katraj, the park presents specific information regarding snakes. Brown Palm Civet, 9 ft long King Cobra added from Sunderbans and a few uncommon species of birds and turtles are highlights of the park.
Programmes organised at the event of Nagpanchami, a Hindu competition to worship snakes, have been great in discouraging the harassment of the snakes. In a library inside the park, data approximately snakes is exhibited. A zoo is likewise placed inside the park. At an interval of each ten minutes, town buses are to be had from the Swargate Bus Station to the park. Auto rickshaws also can be acquired from Swargate.